Outlook 2007 OAB for non domain members

Posted on 2009-05-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-07
is there an easy way to publish the oab for non domain members within the local lan? I always receive an error message the oab can not be downloaded. OL 2003 users which are not in the domain can download the oab without any error.
Question by:tompi68
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I'm assuming you mean for workstations that aren't joined to the domain, as you have to have a domain account to have a mailbox.

What is the error message the clients are displaying?
Can you see anything in the IIS logs on the Exchage CAS server?
Is basic auth enabled on the OAB virtual directory?

Author Comment

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the error message is 0x8004010F - object could not be found
Set the basic auth on oab virtual directory. same issue
Our default web site is secured with a ssl cert. Can that be an issue?

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peter_field earned 500 total points
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Have you looked at these:

I'd imagine it wouldn't be your certificate, unless the CA that signed it isn't a trusted root CA on your workstations.

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